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Re: Re: Choosing a “green” harp

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tony-morosco
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I agree. I have never heard of a harp ending up sounding completely different, or getting worse as it ages.

I think that if you start with a good sounding harp you, at the least, end up over time with a good sounding harp.

But you can also end up with, and I think often do end up with, a really good or great sounding harp.

If what you start with sounds good I think it reasonable to expect that it will always sound good and end up sounding even better down the line.

A few months ago one of the harpists from the local symphony tried out my Lyon and Healy and she confirmed my (perhaps biased) opinion that despite it being a very young harp it sound really nice. That made me feel very good because I believe that it will only get better from here.